Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has urged his teammates to harbour ambitions for top spot next season rather than just the top four.
The 24-year-old who joined the Gunners in 2006 has yet to secure any trophies since making the move to north London and feels that the bar has to be set higher by the players.
The former Southampton man is certain that the team has enough ability to try and win the Premier League, rather than just be happy by securing a top-four place.
The England international has been left frustrated watching Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea take glory in the domestic competitions.
“There’s great potential there,” Walcott said. “We’ve had too much experience now to be challenging for fourth. We need to be challenging for the Premier League because that’s what we want to be known for.
“We want to be in the history books, we need to win something now.”
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